History NoodleIncident / VideoGames

1st Jun '18 7:58:43 PM TheTropper
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* In ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'', Lenny Dexter had a member in his gang called Darian, who attempted to swindle Lenny's father for some money. After he was caught, he apparently was subjugated to brutal torture methods that involved heavy loss of blood and a painful death from his injuries. If the player pulls out a baseball bat in front of Lenny, he whimpers and begs 47 to not do the same thing that happened to Darian.



* In ''VideoGame/StarControl 2'' the Orz displaced the Androsynth, who were apparently conducting experiments with other dimensions. This made them visible to the Orz. Somehow this led to the Androsynth disappearing, leaving their cities behind in ruins. The Orz are/is very sensitive about the Androsynth, and will fight if pressured to tell about their fate. According to the Arilou, even knowing too much about other dimensions makes one vulnerable to extra-dimensional dangers, such as the Orz, and the Arilou suggest that this is what happened to the Androsynth.

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* In ''VideoGame/StarControl 2'' 2'', the Orz displaced the Androsynth, Androsynth who were apparently conducting experiments with other dimensions. This made them visible to the Orz. Somehow this led to the Androsynth disappearing, leaving their cities behind in ruins. The Orz are/is very sensitive about the Androsynth, and will fight if pressured to tell about their fate. According to the Arilou, even knowing too much about other dimensions makes one vulnerable to extra-dimensional dangers, such as the Orz, and the Arilou suggest that this is what happened to the Androsynth.
3rd May '18 9:58:40 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* In ''VideoGame/RavenswordShadowlands'', the reason that Lamil is the ''former'' apprentice of the Archmage is that he once turned a frog into a five-legged goat.

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* In ''VideoGame/RavenswordShadowlands'', the reason that Lamil is the ''former'' apprentice of the Archmage is that he once turned a the Archmage's pet frog into a five-legged goat.
2nd May '18 9:52:07 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'', one of the Nether News reports is on a Sea Angel, whose interview was canceled due to a "grotesque sight". The only hint as to ''what'' happened is the report telling viewers to look up "buccal cones".
1st May '18 7:00:53 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* In ''VideoGame/RavenswordShadowlands'', the reason that Lamil is the ''former'' apprentice of the Archmage is that he once turned a frog into a five-legged goat.
16th Apr '18 8:44:58 AM Lopiny
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** It's especially likely to give such a treatment to yourself if you start playing the game again after a long time [[http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/799/808/a2a.png with an already up-and-running fortress]]. Perhaps you had a reason to have senseless walls, far too many gorillas in far too tiny a pasture, over thirty caged troglodytes, your fortress mayor chained up, someone's pet also tied up at the edge of your territory, four squads trying to kill a parrot that's underground for some reason and your best carpenter hospitalized with shattered kneecaps, but you are ''probably'' not going to remember what it was.
26th Mar '18 11:16:18 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** In series' lore, the [[http://teslore.wikia.com/wiki/The_Republic_of_Hahd Republic of Hahd]] was such an incident in the early 3rd Era for the Sumerset Isles and the Empire.
25th Mar '18 7:29:07 PM MsRandom303
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* In ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'', a Peppy villager may tell you that something in your house reminds her of something. "Let's just say it involved me and a pan and a really angry chef, and leave it at that!"
12th Mar '18 4:03:27 PM Talos111
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*** One quest involves being handed Pelagius's hip bone from a madman who is asking you to look for his master (who is on "vacation"), and entering a forbidden wing of the Blue Palace, then randomly getting a loading screen before being plopped into a mysterious misty forest clearing, where Sheogorath (the equivalent of a God of Madness) is in conversation with Pelagius (the same man who's hip bone... yeah its his). In this conversation, he says this:
-->"You are far too hard on yourself, my dear, sweet, homicidally insane Pelagius. What would the people do without you? Dance? Sing? Smile? Grow old? You are the best Septim [[note]] essentially a king in Skyrim [[/note]] that's ever ruled. Well, except for that Martin fellow, but he turned into a dragon god, and that's hardly sporting... You know, I was there for that whole sordid affair. Marvelous time! Butterflies, blood, a Fox, a severed head... Oh, and the cheese! To die for."
This whole quest turns into what could be a noodle incident, as you must... "fix" the mind of Pelagius, who is again still dead. [[spoiler: Also your in his mind. To quote Sheogorath: "You're in the head of a dead, homicidally insane monarch."]]

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*** One quest involves being handed Pelagius's the item "Pelagius's hip bone bone" (yes, it is an ACTUAL pelvis) from a madman an apparent beggar who is asking you to look for his master (who is on "vacation"), and entering a forbidden wing of the Blue Palace, Palace because said master is speaking to an "old friend" there, then randomly suddenly getting a loading screen after making their way through the wing before being plopped into a mysterious misty forest clearing, where Sheogorath (the equivalent of a God of Madness) is in conversation with Pelagius (the same man who's hip bone... yeah its his).his pelvis). In this conversation, he says this:
-->"You are far too hard on yourself, my dear, sweet, homicidally insane Pelagius. What would the people do without you? Dance? Sing? Smile? Grow old? You are the best Septim [[note]] essentially a king in Skyrim [[/note]] that's ever ruled. Well, except for that Martin fellow, but he turned into a dragon god, and that's hardly sporting... You know, I was there for that whole sordid affair. Marvelous time! Butterflies, blood, a Fox, a severed head... Oh, and the cheese! To die for."
This whole quest turns into what could be a noodle incident, as you must... "fix" the mind of Pelagius, who is again still dead. [[spoiler: Also your in his mind. To quote Sheogorath: "You're in the head of a dead, homicidally insane monarch."]]
12th Mar '18 3:56:16 PM Talos111
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*** One quest involves being handed Pelagius's hip bone from a madman who is asking you to look for his master (who is on "vacation"), and entering a forbidden wing of the Blue Palace, then randomly getting a loading screen before being plopped into a mysterious misty forest clearing, where Sheogorath (the equivalent of a God of Madness) is in conversation with Pelagius (the same man who's hip bone... yeah its his). In this conversation, he says this:
-->"You are far too hard on yourself, my dear, sweet, homicidally insane Pelagius. What would the people do without you? Dance? Sing? Smile? Grow old? You are the best Septim [[note]] essentially a king in Skyrim [[/note]] that's ever ruled. Well, except for that Martin fellow, but he turned into a dragon god, and that's hardly sporting... You know, I was there for that whole sordid affair. Marvelous time! Butterflies, blood, a Fox, a severed head... Oh, and the cheese! To die for."
This whole quest turns into what could be a noodle incident, as you must... "fix" the mind of Pelagius, who is again still dead. [[spoiler: Also your in his mind. To quote Sheogorath: "You're in the head of a dead, homicidally insane monarch."]]
10th Mar '18 6:45:11 PM GoldenKeyblade
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* During the first night of ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'', you get a call from a co-worker telling you that the robot mascots tend to wander around at night, and haven't been allowed to roam during the day since "the Bite of '87". "It's amazing that the human body can live without the frontal lobe..." [[spoiler:This finally gets explained in the [[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4 final game]]. It's... [[KidsAreCruel depressing]].]]

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* During the first night of ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'', you get a call from a co-worker telling you that the robot mascots tend to wander around at night, and haven't been allowed to roam during the day since "the Bite of '87". "It's amazing that the human body can live without the frontal lobe..." [[spoiler:This finally gets explained [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4 The fourth game]] ''seems'' to present an explanation...but according to WordOfGod, what we're actually seeing is a ''different'' incident; we still don't know what exactly went down in 1987, other than some vague hints near the [[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4 final game]]. It's... [[KidsAreCruel depressing]].conclusion of [[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2 the second game]].]]



*** [[BrokenBase Depending on who you ask]], ''FiveNightsAtFreddys4'' reveals one NoodleIncident and leaves another one hanging. [[spoiler: TheReveal at the end either implicates Fredbear/Golden Freddy as the perpetrator of the Bite of '87, or it finally reveals why Fredbear's Family Diner closed down]]. There's also whatever is in the chest at the end of Nightmare mode, though it's hinted that [[spoiler: it means the Child becomes [[MonsterProgenitor the Puppet]] ]].
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